Reading will not only improve your communication or reading skills as it helps with language by learning new grammar and expression, but also improves your personality. Reading helps to exercise the mind, helping you to calm down, relax and opening doors to knowledge.
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FUN FACTS ABOUT READING
Reading for 6 min a day, reduces stress by 68%
Children learn 4,000 to 12,00 words per year through reading
People who read are more likely to get ahead when it comes to their careers, and life in general.
You’re more likely to learn something new everyday if your read daily.
Alice in Wonderland is based on a real 10 years old girl
According to the Guinness World Records, the largest book in the world weighs over 3,000 lb and measures 16.40 ft x 26.44 ft.
Dorothy Straight wrote her book How the World Began when she was 4 years and 3 months old, making her the youngest person in the world to write a published book.
Up to 50 books can be made from 1 tree.
A study found that you are 2 ½ times less likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in later life if you read regularly
On estimate, there are over 900,000 new books published each year
The longest sentence ever printed is 823 words. It’s a legit sentence that exists in Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables
The first children’s book published in English was Caxton’s edition of Aesop’s Fables in 1484. OTHER VIDEOS
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When reading you will need to read between the lines by making connections and drawing conclusion about the text’s meaning and purpose. watch this video to learn more about inferences. Have fun!